Sweden, one of the world's most successful
countries, is being transformed by immigration. Sweden's elites want
their country to be a "humanitarian superpower".
The filmmaker demonstrates though that, setting aside the bonus
points with international opinion that Sweden gets for its virtue
signalling, the demographic changes are having profound effects on all
aspects of Swedish society. On crime, schools, the social security
system, and ultimately Swedish culture itself.
If current levels of immigration continue, in two decades Swedes will
become a minority in their own country. Even setting aside the fact
that Sweden will be a different place in which natives will not feel at
home anymore, will it even be economically sustainable?
At the moment, only 25% of asylum seekers and relatives who arrived
eight years ago have full-time jobs. Foreign-born individuals, 20% of
the population, receive 57% of social security. The welfare state will
be under enormous pressure. While still rich, Sweden had the lowest per
capita economic growth in the OECD in 2017.
This essential journalistic work explains Sweden's risky course, and the factors behind it.